Same here - any news on that?
I have read that you need to increase the build number after adding the entitlements to iCloud. After doing that, I am able to save a file into the iCloud Drive; however, they are not visible in the Mac finder.
Does anyone know why?
Any solutions for this? I can't figure it out and its driving me nuts
I got this working now with the help from Apple.
In the end it was the CFBundleVersion that need to be increased for every version of the app.
I knew that before and during the problem I described above happened I tried a lot and also tried to
increase the CFBundleVersion. I didn't had any luck, but maybe this was because of some temporary internet
or server issue.
However, because I didn't had any luck, I stepped back to an older CFBundleVersion (a lower one).
And with that bundle version number it was not possible anymore to do any change.
So the solution was to increase the number to something I had not used beforehand for sure.
In my case I increased it to 100.
And afterwards it all started to work.
My application started to work after increasing the Build Number, as you said.
I am able to turn the visibiliy of the iCloud container on and off by changing
and then bumping
to tell macos that a change has taken place. This reliably triggers a change in the folder visibility.